Sharksbreath (DNA Genetics)

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A very resinous and potent strain, it doesn't grow large and has a weak smell. Its high is powerful and relaxing.

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Indica/Sativa (80%/20%)
THC: 25,9% CBD: 3,85%

Indoor

  • Flowering Time: 56-63 days
  • Yield: Medium/High
  • Height: Small/Medium
  • Outdoor

  • Harvest Time: November
  • Yield: Medium
  • Seed Type: Feminized Only
    Growing:

    The smell in the flowering stage is weak but occasionally you may get a stinkier pheno. Sharksbreath is a heavy feeder and is a sturdy, low-maintenance plant. The buds are dense (beware of mold!) and very-very resinous. There are two phenos: 1) a 9-week skunk pheno with dense buds, 2) a lemon pheno that is a bit finicky, long-flowering, with less solid buds. Sharksbreath is quite bushy and responds well to topping and pruning.

    Effect:

    Strong and long-lasting. It is a creeper. The initial clear head high that doesn't prevent you from thinking and socializing quickly gives way to an enveloping hazy couch-lock that kills any motivation. In larger doses it makes you sleepy.

    Flavor:

    The dried and cured buds have a quite strong smell and taste that are always pleasant and sometimes unique.

    Description

    Along with an amazing flavor and smell, she is easy to grow. The Sharksbreath is a highly potent, top-notch weed and a connoisseurs delight. Short, stout plants pack on frosty and very dense colas. Feed her heavy and provide good airflow to prevent bud rot. She is best grown in a Sea of Green. This plant has been called the “cash crop” plant, yielding well above average! She is a good plant to breed with as she’s very stable and has proven herself as the mother to the Martian Mean Green! 2nd Hydro Spannabis 2009.

    Great White Shark x Jamaican Lambsbread
    80% Indica : 20% Sativa
    Flowering Time: 9 Weeks
    Yield: 500-600g/m2

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